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City & State bringing coffee house, retail concept to Broad Avenue

New shop to offer handmade goods and craft coffee in the Broad Avenue Arts District.

A Postcard View of Julius Lewis’ Downtown Store

For decades, Julius Lewis was one of Memphis’ premier department stores.
Julius Lewis was one of many fine Memphis department stores — among them, Goldsmith’s and Lowenstein’s — that are now part of “Lost Memphis.”

This Is How I Shake It Off! Children's Writing Contest

Scholastic partners with Taylor Swift to promote reading

Remember the Alamo, but let’s not forget another one of Summer Avenue’s funky motels.

Just down the street from the Alamo Plaza, the Silver Horse Shoe Motel was another Summer Avenue landmark.
Not as architecturally significant as the Alamo Plaza, the Silver Horse Shoe was another Summer Avenue motel landmark for decades. And don’t forget the crazy-looking diner next door!

Travel Eats: Hannah Bailey Shares Favorite Finds in San Francisco

Take the time to find hidden gems, but don’t miss libations at Rickhouse and Michael Mina’s RN74.

“The Southern Pantry Cookbook” Pulls Together Dinner with Ingredients on Hand

Jennifer Chandler signs books Saturday at Babcock Gifts and Thursday at The Booksellers.

Remember the Alamo?

At one time, the Alamo Plaza was considered a place for the whole family to stay.
It was hard for tourists and other travelers to miss the distinctive architecture of the Alamo Plaza.

Margaret Polk: The Memphis Belle

Memphis newspapers announced the wedding of Margaret Polk, famed as “The Memphis Belle,” but the wedding never happened.
The world knew about the romance between Margaret Polk and the pilot of “The Memphis Belle,” but their wedding was called off.

Peer Power Foundation to create new chapters in Shelby County Schools

The nonprofit tutoring program marks the single largest expansion in its 10-year history.

Try Ginger Scones and Specialty Brews at Muddy’s Grind House

Coffee, treats, and yoga in the morning perk up charming new shop.